Officials from the University of Environment and Sustainable Development have called on Citi FM/TV to engage on future collaborations with respect to environmental conservation and related issues.
The university was represented by its Vice-Chancellor, Professor Eric Nyarko-Sampson, its Registrar, Mary Abena Agyapong; Director of Finance, Baffoe Awuah Kwabi and Head of Relations and Marketing, Barbara Mary Yakubu.
Prof. Sampson noted the similarities in the mandates between Citi FM/TV with respect to informing and education.
“It is appropriate that we collaborate with institutions that we think we have the same vision with,” he said.
The university is looking to benefit from Citi FM/TV’s reach whilst offering its own technical expertise to better inform the public on issues like energy economics and energy sustainability, environmental science and other pressing environmental conservation issues.
“We are also looking at who can also reach us and how we can partner Citi in its work of education and informing the public.”
Prof. Nyarko-Sampson views Citi FM/TV as having the “credibility that it needs to gather the necessary partners who we can work together with.”
The university is also looking towards other organisations to collaborate with, in this regard.
The University of Environment and Sustainable Development hopes to be a leading university in the teaching, learning and dissemination of knowledge related to developments in environment and agro-business, and create knowledge through research for national development.